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Hygiene has been a rising personal awareness concern among users, particularly females who are exposed to feminine hygiene risks within the washroom cubicle itself. There is a critical shift to a necessity, embedding the right culture in practicing optimal hygiene among individuals.
In recent publicity and social media views, negative comments relating to public restroom hygiene experiences often arises such as dirty, wet and smelly washroom complaints. These are also some reasons why people often avoid using the public washroom, particularly the female users, where unsightly and inappropriate disposal of sanitary napkins are seen in the cubicle.
Very often, sanitary napkin waste might be viewed as normal washroom waste by comparing them against used toilet paper. However, there are implications which most users are unaware of. By not cultivating the right disposal
It is easy to adopt good feminine hygiene habits.
However, most businesses and users have a wrong misperception and often associate sanitary waste disposal unit as a normal waste unit. In some washrooms, normal waste bins are used for sanitary napkin disposal. These units either do not come with a lid or requires the user to lift the lid. They are usually made of plastic, that do not comes with sanitation element. This not only increases the risks of cross contamination with germs and bacteria, but also places users at risks. Depending how often the waste are removed, stale waste will emit foul smell.
While female users are starting to embrace positive hygiene habits, these necessary facilities have to be made available for users as well. Facility and building management parts a major role in supporting the right culture by installing the relevant hygiene solution facilities in the washroom. From a health and safety perspective, your facility business can help minimize the risk of cross-contamination among female users. It also enhances your brand image and reputation among your property partners.